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Skydivers on the screen
Google co-founder Sergey Brin employed skydivers, cyclists and abseilers in an elaborate publicity stunt to show off the company's Google Glasses at its developers' conference in San Francisco on Wednesday.
The network-enabled, computerised glasses — introduced under a scheme called 'Project Glass' — are fitted with a camera that records and transmits what the wearer sees. They come with a button on top to take photos and videos, and a transparent screen to show information.
Above, Brin (left, foreground) stands in front of a live feed from one the skydivers wearing Google Glasses in a blimp above San Francisco.
Image credit: Google